TULPA ARTS GOT ITS NAME?
Paradox Tulpa Arts' name originated from an organization called The Grand Order of the Gilded Lodge of Tulpan Endeavors. Which, in itself it s an off-shoot of the Gilded Hall of the Grand Paradox, a society of philosophers, scientists, naturalists, theologians, astronomers and 'creators' (a member of the Lodge will never be heard referring to him/herself as an artist).
WHAT IS THE GUILDED LODGE OF THE GRAND PARADOX?
The Grand Order is the least known fraternal organization in the world (as it was designed to be), a universal society of freethinkers who seek to understand reality through their association with one another and their communities. It is a 400+ year old fraternity with origins tracing back to 1516 AD, although the exact date of origin has never been exactly determined.
|In a society whose intellectual values have been brutally assaulted, Tulpanism brings people together for fellowship, the promotion of intelligence and the questioning of everything. Tulpans are typically made up of scientists, philosophers, artists, lawmakers, instructors and creators in general. Tulpanism requires a belief that there is more to the universe than what is already being taught. It also urges its members to be faithful to them and to never stop questioning and creating. Tulpanism, however, is not religion. It encourages its members to be good citizens and to choose their own best means of individual expression, but it is not a political organization. Its charitable activities and good works are for the benefit of all mankind, but it is not a benefit society or a welfare institution.||
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